South Africa recalled
all-rounder JP Duminy after his recovery from injury in place
of Farhaan Behardien for their cricket World Cup Pool B match
against Pakistan at Eden Park.
Kane Williamson was the batting kingpin, Corey Anderson
provided thrust from the middle order and a "heavy" ball as a
seamer, while Tim Southee and Trent Boult swung it happily
with the new ball.
Francois Mostert is a 22-year-old South African cricketer
who will be an honorary North Otago citizen for life if he
can help the province regain the Hawke Cup next week. Hayden
Meikle talks to the classy professional.
Michael Rae has carried the drinks for Otago during its past
three first-class games and the big fast bowler is rather
keen to spend some time out in the middle next week.
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